Chris knows a story about the Cooper Union Foundation Building’s elevators that will blow your mind. Ask him next time you see him. As an architect, Chris is pretty used to juggling whatever is thrown at him. He’s well prepared, not only double-majoring at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to receive a B.S. in Building Science and a Bachelor of Architecture, but also minoring in Fine Arts. Chris seeks the transformative power of good design. His favorite project was a corner row house renovation in Brooklyn, which turned a utilitarian home into a striking, modern home. Chris declines to discuss where he’s from, saying “It’s where you’re going that counts.” And if you want to get specific about it, his favorite color is Pantone 296 C.